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1955 Chevy Nomad 1:24 Scale Diecast Model by Motormax

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SKU:
13821NX
UPC:
661732327817
Manufacturer Sku:
73248-GRN
Year:
1955
Car Make:
Chevrolet (Chevy)
Scale:
1:24 Scale
Dimensions:
8" Long
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SKU:
13821NX
UPC:
661732327817
Manufacturer Sku:
73248-GRN
Year:
1955
Car Make:
Chevrolet (Chevy)
Scale:
1:24 Scale
Dimensions:
8" Long

Description

1955 Chevy Nomad: A Classic Icon Reborn in Remarkable Detail

Experience the timeless allure of the 1955 Chevy Nomad with this exquisite 1:24 scale diecast model by Motormax. This family wagon is anything but ordinary, as it captures the essence of Chevy's sporty and head-turning Nomad. With astounding attention to detail, it boasts a gleaming chrome Ferrari-inspired grille, a captivating jet hood ornament, and even a view of Chevy's revolutionary Turbo-Fire V-8 under the hood. Open the doors to explore the intricately designed interior. This highly collectible replica brings the first Nomad to life, allowing you to own a piece of Chevy's miraculous fifties icon. Don't miss the opportunity to park this stunning station wagon in your collection; order this collectible beauty today!

The most stunning station wagon ever created. Chevy's sporty 1955 Nomad is a real head-turner. Now park this highly collectible family wagon in your collection. Recreated in astounding detail complete with gleaming chrome Ferrari-inspired grille and "jet" hood ornament. Pop the hood to view Chevy's revolutionary Turbo-Fire V-8. Inspect the detailed interior. Order this collectible beauty today!

Features

  • The First Nomad
  • Precision Diecast Replica
  • Own Chevy's Miraculous Fifties Icon

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  • mr t - Jun 19th 2018

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  • Jesse - May 7th 2018

    5
    Sold out for a good reason - Value

    I can see why Motormax's Bel Air wagon sold out, although the prototype was too expensive to sell well. Cream over red two-tone makes a beautiful car and model. The model's red engine seems peculiar, but the prototype Bel Air engines were red! The tires c

2 Reviews

  • mr t - Jun 19th 2018

    2
    ok

    ok

  • Jesse - May 7th 2018

    5
    Sold out for a good reason - Value

    I can see why Motormax's Bel Air wagon sold out, although the prototype was too expensive to sell well. Cream over red two-tone makes a beautiful car and model. The model's red engine seems peculiar, but the prototype Bel Air engines were red! The tires c